The College of Engineering offers minors in a variety of academic programs.  Minors are intended to encourage and officially acknowledge the attainment of a fair measure of expertise and knowledge in more than one academic field, with the goal of broadening a student's education. Engineering Minors are offered in the following schools:

Aerospace Engineering

The School of Aerospace Engineering offers a minor in aerospace engineering for students majoring in all disciplines (other than AE) at Georgia Tech.  Program of Study

Biomedical Engineering

The goal of the minor program is to educate students in how to apply engineering fundamentals to solve problems in biology and medicine. The program should be of particular interest to those students who plan to pursue advanced degrees in biomedical engineering and/or medicine.  Program of Study

Engineering students in class.Engineering and Management

The Engineering and Management Minor is offered by the Colleges of Engineering and Management. It is a course of study that enables undergraduate students in engineering and management to learn one another's language through innovative coursework in their respective fields and interdisciplinary team projects focused on solving real-world problems presented by corporate affiliates. Program of Study

Materials Science and Engineering

The School of Materials Science and Engineering offers an undergraduate minor in Materials Science and Engineering for non-MSE majors. The purpose of the minor is to broaden the materials background of non-materials science and engineering students and to introduce them to a materials approach to problem solving that maybe different from that provided by their major. Program of Study

Nuclear and Radiological Engineering

The Nuclear & Radiological Engineering and Health Physics Program of the Woodruff School offers a certificate and a minor in Nuclear & Radiological Engineering to non-NRE engineering students. These programs provide a general knowledge of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering topics and are valuable for students considering graduate work in Nuclear Engineering or Medical Physics. Program of Study